WILL & ESTATES
What are will & estates?
Wills are the most popular way for individuals to decide how their estates will be handled when they die. It is nonetheless estimated, however, that at least 70 percent of Americans do not have valid wills. When a person dies before he or she has had a chance to prepare a will, the person has died intestate. The state will divide his or her property according to its laws of intestate succession.
Wills & Estates
Enjoy Financial Freedom With the Proper Planning and Long-Term Care Options
When it comes to ensuring that you and your loved ones are well taken care of as you age, you don’t want to leave anything to chance. Working with an experienced elder law attorney can provide you with the insight and planning you need to make sure that your financial security and long-term care options are appropriate for your needs.